Chapter 18.45 of the Whittier Code of Ordinances contains strict regulations prohibiting the delivery of medical and recreational marijuana in all zones of the city. Even then, California cannabis laws allow eligible marijuana users in the city to use licensed out-of-city weed delivery services for their marijuana orders.
Yes. Chapter 18.45.040 of the Whittier Code of Ordinances makes medical marijuana delivery to locations within the city illegal. However, California marijuana delivery regulations stipulate that weed deliveries can be made to all jurisdictions regardless of local ordinances. Therefore, you can use a medical marijuana delivery service in Whittier if you are eligible to possess and use medical cannabis.
Yes. While Whittier's local ordinance (Chapter 18.45.040) states that marijuana delivery, whether for medical or non-medical purposes, is prohibited in all city zones, California DCC regulations permit recreational delivery to any state jurisdiction, including Whittier.
You cannot order weed online from Whittier dispensaries as there are no retailers in the city. However, state law permits eligible marijuana users to order weed online from authorized dispensaries in other California municipalities. Some retailers only offer in-store and curbside pickups, while others allow buyers to use delivery options.
No more than 8 grams of marijuana concentrates or 28 grams of usable marijuana flower may be ordered for delivery by recreational marijuana users in Whittier. However, medical marijuana patients approved by the state can order up to 8 ounces of weed.
To use a medical marijuana delivery service in Whittier, you must be 18 or older. Only adults who are at least 21 can use recreational marijuana delivery services.
Since the City of Whittier does not permit marijuana establishments within its borders, California DCC-licensed delivery-only, microbusiness, or retail storefront licenses located in other cities may offer delivery in the city,
There are no marijuana establishments located in Whittier. Therefore, there are no delivery services operating in the city. To find the nearest delivery service, use the information from a DCC license search result for retailers in nearby cities to find businesses that offer delivery to Whittier.
Yes. A valid government ID, such as a California driver's license or United States passport, is required to receive a medical marijuana delivery. A valid ID and a California medical marijuana card or physician's recommendation to use medical marijuana are required to receive a medical marijuana delivery in the city.